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He is a popular keynote speaker and author of several books including the bestsellers, The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs, and Fire Them Up! Follow him on Twitter: carminegallo A new survey by online presentation company, Slide Rocket, confirms what we already know – nobody wants to sit through another bad Power Point presentation.
What caught my eye was just how badly people were turned off by Power Point.
Of course, “tonight” is an important caveat to the question.
Regardless, the survey brings up an interesting finding. Many people find Power Point presentations so boring they would rather forgo sex, do their taxes, or even see the dentist rather than watch another bad Power Point (20% would prefer a dental appointment to watching Power Point). I don’t think it has to be this way. Power Point is not a bad tool. In fact a Power Point presentation can be created and delivered very effectively. Most people simply don’t take the time to learn how to do it well.
According to the Slide Rocket survey, the top frustration that people have with Power Point is “too much text.” It’s easy to see why. The average Power Point has 40 words on one slide. Yet the most memorable presentations have fewer than 40 words on slides. This observation led me to create The 10-40 Rule.
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